Boulder Ski Injury Specialist

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Boulder Ski Injury Specialist

A one of the largest privately owned Physical Therapy clinics in Colorado, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC has helped patients with their physical therapy needs for over 25 years. If you are an avid skier, it’s important to be in proper physical shape. We provide skiing and snowboarding fitness training to make sure you are ready to ski. If you are looking in Boulder for a ski injury specialist, we have what you need. 

If you have had a skiing injury, it’s important to return to your sport as soon as possible. After a physical therapy evaluation, a sport specific rehabilitation program is put into place. We take into account your individual strengths and weaknesses. Our ski injury specialist will provide therapy to get you back on the mountain.

Locally owned and operated, you will receive the most up to date treatments from our skilled staff. We are trusted by physicians, trainers and the University of Colorado as the only PT contracted there. Contact one of our two locations today when you need a Boulder ski injury specialist.

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